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Remote Access to Law Library Services

How to access law library reference, circulation, and faculty services

Introduction

Although the library is physically closed, services for College of Law faculty will continue with minimal interruption. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Pam Brannon at pbrannon@gsu.edu.

Placing Document and Research Requests

College of Law faculty may continue to place document and research requests through the Law Library's Faculty Request System. Please note that retrieval and delivery of physical items from GSU libraries may take longer than usual, and Interlibrary Loan of physical items may not be available.

Consultations with Law Librarians

The Law Librarians continue to be available to help with your research needs. The Law Library's reference librarians will answer questions from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, through chat reference, voicemail at 404-413-9102, or via email to lawreference@gsu.edu

We are also available for online consultations about research projects. Just email Pam or another librarian to set up a meeting.

Research Instruction

The law library will maintain research instruction assistance.  A number of law library databases contain materials for distance learning including study aids, videos, and assessment materials.  Please contact the library by any of the methods above, or email Patrick Parsons for instructional assistance.

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